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Anthropologists in the field by Deuwe G. Jongmans & Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind

By Deuwe G. Jongmans & Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind

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ASOA Part I The introduction to Part I provides a brief summary of the book’s structure, a clarification of terms (adopted from Kluckhohn), a comment on notes and the bibliography, and an informative acknowledgments section. More importantly, Taylor imparts his overarching goal for the book as a whole: to offer American archaeology a conceptual scheme and to resolve “conflicts of a theoretical order” (1948: 5–6). Chapter 1 then leads the charge by outlining the “development of archeology as a field of study for the purpose of providing a context and in order 20 Allan L.

Maca 2001, 2002; Canuto, Sharer, and Bell 2004; Canuto and Fash 2004; Golden and Borgstede 2004a; Sabloff 2004; Sharer and Golden 2004). The visceral memories of Taylor’s critique have died with many of the scholars who were alive when Taylor rattled the field. , Joyce et al. 2004; Millaire 2004). As Mayanists struggle with their rationale for adopting Taylor, as well as with what he seems to have been telling us, other archaeologists and anthropologists continue to grapple with the vestiges of Taylor’s message and where  Allan L.

This maneuver Then and Now 19 may seem bold to many of us today, but given the size of the profession at that time, it was an outrageous, as well as self-destructive, decision. ASOA consists of two parts, each divided into an introduction and three chapters. The table of contents is as follows: Part I Introduction 1. The Development of American Archeology 2. Archeology: History or Anthropology? 3. An Analysis of Americanist Archeology in the United States Part II Introduction 4. A Concept of Culture for Archeology 5.

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